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Authorities searched on Sunday for a suspect in the shooting of a Ferguson, Mo., police officer the previous night.
During a U.S. military-sponsored trip to Afghanistan over the weekend, Gov. Andrew Cuomo pledged to develop "the most sophisticated homeland defense system ever designed by any state" to protect New York from terrorism originating in the Middle East.
World leaders who gathered at the United Nations General Assembly this past week described a new era of crisis that challenges global powers and international borders.
Chelsea Clinton, daughter of former U.S. President Bill Clinton and ex-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, gave birth to her first child on Friday: a daughter, Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky.
With federal air-traffic controllers from adjacent Midwest facilities taking over management of flights after a key Chicago center was knocked out of action Friday, airline traffic appeared to be recovering Sunday.
A former White House counsel and the current U.S. solicitor general are under serious consideration by President Obama as his pick to succeed Attorney General Eric Holder.
A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday will consider a fresh challenge to campaign-finance rules, this time a 74-year-old law prohibiting government contractors from making political contributions tied to federal elections.
Pacific Investment Management Co. CEO Douglas Hodge said there is an "overwhelming" sense of relief and excitement at the giant asset manager, following the abrupt departure of bond investor Bill Gross.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo took a covert flight to Afghanistan on Saturday as part of a three-day overseas trip sponsored by the U.S. military, according to his office and a person familiar with the matter.
Airlines were struggling Saturday to get back on schedule after a fire Friday morning in a Chicago-area air-traffic control center forced the Federal Aviation Administration to stop all traffic for five hours.
Tech-savvy patients and family members are working with glucose monitors and other medical devices to make them more useful.
In a significant policy shift, federal prosecutors will no longer ask criminal defendants who plead guilty to waive their right to appeal over bad legal advice.
Thousands of families apprehended for entering the country illegally and then released by U.S. authorities have subsequently failed to report to immigration offices as required.
A scandal that has enveloped the Atlanta public-school system is transforming how educators across the country are approaching test security.